BPM Quotes of the Week - November 30, 2017

Michelle Goetz"AI learns by observing and understanding patterns, and optimizes based on continuous input and training. Instruction is not a set of rules, formulas and code. Thus, it causes organizations to look more deeply at how they operate, what they want to achieve, and the resources available."
-Michele Goetz

"BPM makes it possible for companies to integrate legacy applications into next-generation systems, preserving intellectual capital while enabling process automation. It has a crucial role to play in the effective digitalisation of existing businesses."
-Swapnil Yemde

"Robotic process automation has gained traction as a way of automating tedious business tasks, freeing up corporate workers to tackle higher-value analysis and decision-making. But RPA requires proper design, planning and governance if it's to bolster the business, experts say."
-Clint Boulton

From the BPM Forum

"A lot of organizations have already reached 'level 1' of BPM over the past years. Few have reached 'level 2', but many seem to be eager to get there in 2018."
-Gero Decker

"More AI and Data Analysis tools integrated to business process over the cloud. Forget about on-premise web services. Think about integrating cloud AI and Data services as black boxes, into your business processes over the cloud."
-Juan J. Moreno

"BPM methodology or process based applications in general will have an interesting role to play as once cutting-edge technologies are becoming more mainstream."
-Lionel Palacin

"The more complex the business environment becomes, the more strategic for business to survive the 'agility' will become."
-Kai Laamanen

"BPM technology adoption is probably a chaotic system. Adoption chaos starts with the complexity of BPM software technology itself, because according to Gartner, BPM consists of up to 40 related technologies."
-John Morris